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Data mining is a start, but it misses the critical pieces of information that are transmitted by word of mouth. Social networking systems can foster collaboration.
An open-source scheme would impose a computational “cost” on junk mailers while leaving legitimate users of e-mail alone.
IIT Bombay is using its technology incubator to counter the exodus of its brightest graduates to the West
Will graphical search interfaces make a picture worth a thousand links?
For all the buzz about future highways filled with hydrogen-powered fuel-cell cars, the technological-and environmental-high ground will belong to gasoline-electric hybrids for decades to come.
More research on nuclear waste storage won’t reassure the public
The real story behind America’s productivity revival is the way companies have combined digital technologies with digital organization.
Evangelical Christians are using the new media environment to promote their own worldview and protect their traditions from what they see as a secular onslaught.
The latest anti-piracy move will prevent you from making high-quality copies of broadcast TV programs. And the new “broadcast flag” technology enables all manner of other restrictions.
Nanosys hopes to become the first successful nanotechnology company by blitzing the market with supercheap solar cells, faster and lighter computer displays, and supersmall lasers and sensors.